Now the real story can be told! The true story of Jessica Lynch's time in an Iraqi hospital and the daring U.S. Special Forces raid that risked a journey behind British lines to rescue her!
Starring Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy, the Vampire Slayer) as Jessica Lynch, Tony Danza (Who's the Boss) as U.S. Special Forces Captain Tony "Rock" Dastenzo, and Saad Davis (Survivor: Tikrit) as Dr. Hameem Gopta.
This action-packed DVD includes interviews with the real Jessica Lynch and with U.S. Special Forces troops who risked upsetting evening tea for local British forces to save her.
[SCENE OPENS: Nightvision green, U.S. Special Forces sneaking past Britsh tent with 10 Britsih soldiers inside, sipping tea and laughing]
U.S. CAPTAIN: (Whispering) This way men!
[MEN sneaking quietly past tent]
[CUT to inside of tent. Regular camera (not Nightvision) as one British SOLDIER looks up from a card game, quizzically]
SOLDIER 1: I say, chaps, did you hear something out there?
OTHERS: Harumph, harumph, harumph...
SOLDIER 1: (Sniffing at air) Smells like that American after shave...
SOLDIER 2: Quite. I believe it's Old Spice.
SOLDIER 1: So it is. Well... more tea, anyone?
[CUT to inside of hospital. JESSICA is propped up in bed wearing a large pair of glasses, too large for her face, reading an old copy of People Magazine. A doctor stands nearby, pawing awkwardly at a shelf of what look to be pharmaceuticals]
JESSICA: (Laughing) Oh my god! This is too funny! Dr. Gopta, did you know that in 1989, Melanie Griffith was rated the number one most beautiful woman?
DOCTOR: (Accented English) Hard to believe whne you look at her now.
JESSICA: Ohhhh, Dr. Gopta, thank ou so much for lending me your glasses!
DOCTOR: Oh, think nothing of it. I'm only too happy to do it! But I'm afraid I may end up giving a patient steroids instead an aspirin because I can't read the labels on these pill containers! (Laughing)
JESSICA: (Laughing with him) Oh, here. Take them back!
[CUT to Nightvision green of Captain Dastenzo outside of hospital front door, armed with an automatic weapon, MEN lined up behind him]
CAPTAIN: (Whispering) Okay, we rush the front desk, tie up the admitting nurse and storm up to the second floor.
SOLDIER A: Uh, looks like they have a vending machine over there behind the desk. Anyone have any Iraqi change? I'd like to grab a Coke.
CAPTAIN: (Scolding) Well, if you don't have enough money to get one for all of us, then you shouldn't get one at all.
SOLDIER A: Awwww, come on Cap...
MORE TO COME!